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Thread: Rhonda's Second Wall Hanging Swap

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    Super Member JuneBillie's Avatar
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    Elisabrat it sounds great. Bunnies/tulips so nice. I still am pondering over mine. Mine will probably be springish. Is that a word?
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    yuppers girl that could be a word
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    hey happy thanksgiving everyone. I am not having a traditional one this year we will do it at Christmas the kids are not coming so its a taco night at the brat cabin. was really looking forward to that cranberry relish too. shooot!
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    IS EVERYONE HIDING? I know the swap is a few months down the road but this is one silent group. how about what you might like to receive? the wall hanging is due end of Feb. so your thinking spring at this point. what would you love to see color wise or perhaps fabrics? do you prefer only Amish or maybe love modern novelty prints or really dont care for novelty prints/ it would be interesting to learn what everyone likes. I love novelty prints for things like this. I cant use them much in people quilts (baby maybe) but in things like this its a chance to play with fun fabrics. I love florals and seasonal fabrics too. Not much into batiks but know they have a purpose that works marvelously when you need one. whats your fabric "quilty' pleasure?
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    I'm considering this one seriously, but I need to finish a few projects first and see where I'm at...
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    You have lots of time to jump in! Would love to have you play!

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    We need pictures people! Maybe some pics of the pattern you are thinking of doing or the fabrics you are debating on using? Any ideas flowing yet?

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    I have a couple of ideas swimming around in my head but haven't had time to pull out fabrics or totally decide on a pattern yet. Will see what I can do this week
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    If I decide to do this one, I'll have to buy more fabric. I'm still trying to build a stash...

    BUT I'm learning how! Always buy plenty more than you need!!
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    That does work to a point, but be sure it is what you want extra of.

    Personally, I like to build up with tone on tones. I find I always need those and never have enough of them. Also, Reds are a bugger to match so when buying red, that is one I purchase extra of, as well as black. Just a thought if you are starting. Also, those nice little fat quarter bundles are always a treat to have so you can accumulate different fabrics in your stash. Have fun building that stash girl.
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